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What a locked-down Outside travel editor has been making to eat her way around the world during the pandemic

If you're taking this time to reassess your career or set some new adventure goals, here are four affordable courses to add to your list

From retail giants like REI to the mom and pop stores in your hometowns, what happens when these businesses shut down?

Anxiety, hypochondria, OCD, and travel might sound like a recipe for disaster. But I've seen the world despite my mental health. Here's how I manage my mind on the road.

The legendary ultrarunner's top trails, both near and far

More than two decades in the making, Big Snow is the first indoor ski area in North America. Now the question is: Can it attract enough skiers to survive?

Snag some major airfare discounts on your next trip

Heed this expert advice before you cancel a flight or abandon a dream destination

Despite decades of conflict, Palestine is home to an up-and-coming climbing scene centered around top-notch—and untouched—limestone. A new guidebook hopes to show locals and foreigners alike how to navigate the region's rock safely and help foster cross-cultural understanding.

In 2017, two Americans set off on a round-the-world bike trip. They believed people all over the world are inherently good at heart. They never made it home.

Climbers at Lion Rock have joined the pro-democracy movement in the city's struggle with Beijing

Australia's Uluru has closed for climbing. That sheds light on other bucket-list destinations you could be doing better.

In 'The Outlaw Ocean,' Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Ian Urbina explores the sprawling systems of abuse and corruption that rule the high seas

More than 75 years ago, ancient remains of hundreds of people were found in a Himalayan lake. Scientists recently revealed more clues about where the people came from and how they could have died.

A wavepool malfunction in Longjing, China, sent a wall of water through a crowded pool

Myanmar’s untouched Mergui Archipelago is home to coral reefs, mangrove forests, and a new luxury lodge that’s in the center of it all

New research shows just how much global warming is eating away at the glaciers on the world’s highest peaks

Lauren Geoghegan and Jay Austin were riding around the world when they were killed in a brutal attack

A group of the world's best cave divers joined to help save the 12 boys and their coach in one of the most dangerous missions of its kind

Rescuers spent nine days searching for the 12 boys and their coach. They finally found them two miles deep in the Tham Luang Nang Non cave system.

Riding bikes may be green, but the manufacturing behind them can be far from it

For a picturesque Tibetan village, an increase in tourists represents a complicated past and an uncertain future

Growing research debunks the myth that the paleo movement replicates the diet of our ancestors. Here's what they were actually eating.

Allied Cycles, based in Little Rock, is trying to ignite American carbon-fiber manufacturing and steal China's thunder

Lose the backpacking hordes with these wild new ideas, from surfing in Sri Lanka to a culinary tour of Myanmar

A new documentary tells the story of Kazakh teenager Nurgaiv Aisholpan's quest to become an eagle huntress and upend centuries of male-dominated tradition

Adrian Ballinger and Emily Harrington plan to climb the world’s sixth tallest mountain in record time. If they're successful, it could launch a whole new type of commercial mountaineering.

A new list names the places where you’ll pay the least and most for a beer. We asked locals what the drinking culture is like in each.

In our ongoing 'Weekly Escape' series, we aim to transport you from your desk to an incredible place in 2 minutes or less

Filmmaker Nicolás Bori spent 120 days following the ancient route of the Silk Road.

Imagine a river with steep, big water rapids like the Stikine in British Columbia running through deep-walled canyons like the Grand Canyon in Arizona. It’s understandably hard to visualize, but these pictures of Kyrgyzstan’s Sary-Jaz River should help.

What happens when you take away the road, the cheerful volunteers handing out energy gels, and most of your sanity? You get some of the gnarliest races out there.

Syria is an enthusiastic state sponsor of terrorism and a fiendish fan of torture and oppression. But have you tried the stuffed grape leaves? Patrick Symmes invades before the coalition of the willing can.

Booze from the only country in the world that measures its progress by Gross Domestic Happiness.

These images, from some of Outside's favorite photographers, will make you want to pack your bags and get lost in adventure.

While the rest of the Middle East boils, Jordan’s epic canyonlands are quiet—and empty

I want to hike up a live— or at least dormant—volcano. Where can I go without getting scorched?

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